The future is here, whether we want it or not. But will anyone buy it? On May 1, 1851, Hyde Park in London hosted the first ever Crystal Palace exhibition – a giant shimmering plate-glass structure, designed
On Friday, January 20, 2017, Bernie Sanders will be sworn in as our nation's 45th president. I explain why Sanders wins the Democratic nomination and presidency in my recent appearance on The Thom Hartmann
People may judge you based on your taste in music.Flickr/Garry Knight From the moment two people meet, they're sizing each other up, looking for signs of qualities like honesty, intelligence, and altruism.
Stressors include travel, family, and the early onset of all that year-end noise. Daily exercise can help you feel better, but a recent injury has limited what I can do. So about one week ago, I started
It's the holiday season. I really don't need to say anything else. There will be many uncomfortable situations this year and in the coming years. There will be that one person at your holiday party that
Business cares about enterprise. Leadership cares about people. Entrepreneurship cares about flexibility. Creativity cares about innovation. What you care about defines who you are. When you care, you
Luckily, music can help get us back on a more productive track. Studies out of the University of Birmingham, England, show that music is effective in raising efficiency in repetitive work — so if you're
I wish I had a $1 for every time I received an email asking, "How can I afford personal development if I'm broke?" I'd likely take more online classes than I do now. What else would a self-proclaimed junky